## Engineering Drawing and Graphics, Question Paper of BE 1 and 2 Semester,Download Previous Years Question Paper 6

• Sunday, November 29, 2015

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ENGINEERING DRAWING-I
1st Exam/Mech/Auto/Prod/2655/Dec-2011

Time: 3 Hrs.                                                                 Max. Marks: 100
Note: Attempt any five questions.

SECTION-A
Q1.    (a) Print the following, sentence in upper case single stroke, vertical letters with height-8mm in the ratio 7:4 “EARTH IS ROUND”
(b) Show five different types of lines used in engineering drawing, giving their purpose.

Q2.    (a) Show with sketches what are (i) Size dimensions (ii) Location dimensions
(b) Give sketches to show how the following are dimensional; threaded holes, angles, tapered surfaces, countersink holes, curves.

Q3.    Construct a diagonal scale 1: 50 shows meters, decimeters, and centimeters, long enough to measure up to 6 meters. Indicate on this scale a distance of 4.65 meters.

Q4.    (a) End A of line AB is 20mm above HP and 35mm min front of VP while end B is 15mm behind VP and 30mm below HP. Draw projections of the line taking distance between its end projective as 50mm.
(b) Draw projections of a line PQ, 50mm long lying with one of its ends touching VP. The line is parallel to Hp and perpendicular to VP is 25mm above HP.

Q5.    Isometric view of an object is given in fig.1. Draw its front view, top view, and side view.

Q6.    (a) Give conventions for showing section of (i) cast iron (ii) Gun metal (iii) While metal/lead (iv) Wood (v) Asbestos
(b) Shows conventional breaks for the following:
(i) Rectangular Section
(ii) Round section
(iii) Pipe or tubing
(iv) Rolled Section
(v) Channel Section

Q7.    A cylinder of base diameter, 50mm and height 100mm rests centrally over a cube of 60mm sides. Draw isometric view of the assembly.

Q8.    (a) Two views of an object are given in Fig.2. Draw its third view.
(b) Three views of an object is shows in fig.3 with some missing lines. Provide the missing lines.  Provide the missing lines and completer the views.